More Swans in the river at the park in Coxsackie, New York
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Cornelus Janse DAMEN1
Cornelius Janse was born between 1585 and 1589 in Buninch, Utrecht, Netherlands and married about 1608 in the Netherlands, Adrianne CUVELLIER. Cornelius died 18 June 1651 in New Amsterdam, New Nethrlands
Source: From O'Callaghan's "History of New Netherland," PP. 430-441
Name: Jan Jansen Dam, or Damen
Occupation: Comment: married Ariaentje Cuvel. He removed subsequently to New Amsterdam, where he was elected one of the Eight Men; amassed considerable wealth and was one of the owners of the privateer La Garce. In 1649-50 he went to Holland with C. Van Tienhoven, to defend Stuyvesant against the complaints of Van der Donck and others, and died on his return June 18, 1651. He does not seem to have had any children. He had three brothers, Cornelis Jansen Cuyper, Cornelis Jansen Damen, and Willem Jansen Damen; and two sisters, Neiltje and Hendrickje. He adopted the son of the last named sister--Jan Cornelis Buys--who assumed his name, having been left 600 Car. guilders. Jan Damen, at his death, willed 400 Car. guilders to the poor of Bunick, province of Utrecht. The inventory of his personal property fills ten folio pages in the records
CHILDREN of Cornelius Janse DAMEN and Adrianne CUVELLIER
+ 1. JAN CORNELISE b: Abt 1638; Bunick, Utrecht, Netherlands md: 21 May 1662; , , New York. Fytje (Sophia) MARTENSE.Back to Richard (Dirk) HOUGHTALING's Pedigree Chart extension.
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